Congratulations to Harley McFarland who guessed the correct amount of sweets! As you can see he was delighted!! There was 516 sweets, hard luck to Miss Smith, Miss Hill, Mr Blain and Jamie Bell (Year 11) who were all very close!
East Antrim pupils were among hundreds of schoolchildren recognised by Action MS following their success on the Walk for MS schools programme.
The Christmas Extravaganza took place on Thursday 12th December and was a wonderful evening full of music and drama. The first half of the evening was a selection of traditional Christmas songs and carols, which brought through the true meaning of Christmas, interspersed with bible readings.
On Friday 29th September a coffee morning was held for both pupils and staff to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support. The grand sum of £1018 was raised from a variety of activities.
During the summer term of Year 11 Occupational Studies pupils received two visits from Mr Alistair White from Westrock (Multi Packaging Solutions) and they creatively came up with ideas to sell cupcakes to raise funds for a chosen charity of their choice. Packaging was designed by pupils and produced by Multi Packaging Solutions for individual […]
On Thursday the 26th September the school had a number of events running to celebrate the European Day of Languages. The events included crepes and brioche rolls on sale at break, quizzes and a special canteen menu. At the initiative of the Council of Europe, the European Day of Languages (EDL) has been celebrated every […]
Congratulations to three of our past pupils, Faye Hutchinson, Chloe Hanna and Lesley- Anna Tosh, on graduating from the University of Ulster with a First Class Honours Degree in Music.
On Friday 1st June Kofi was presented with his international cap by the NISFA (Northern Ireland Schools Football Association) at La Mon Hotel and Country Club.
Kofi Balmer played for the Northern Ireland Schoolboys on 29th March 2018 against the Republic of Ireland in the Centenary Shield competition gaining his first ‘Schoolboy Cap’. Kofi had gained this achievement whilst still attending Ballyclare Secondary School.
On Wednesday 21st March our U16 Rugby squad won the 2018 Danske Bank Ulster High Schools’ Trophy, thanks to a 37-19 win over Ballynahinch High School at Kingspan Stadium.
2017/2018 was a great year for Ballyclare Secondary School’s U16 Hockey Squad. Ballyclare Secondary is extremely lucky; it has a lot of very gifted and talented players in Years 9-12 willing to step to the mark. These players possess a high need to achieve, an outstanding work ethic and attitude.